In 1923, the radical socialist and feminist Clara Zetkin warned that the longer the stagnation and rot of a dysfunctional democracy went unaddressed, the more attractive fascism would become. History has amply illustrated where our current trends lead.
Global resistance to carbon intense industries is swelling – and until climate negotiations start specifying what exactly must stay below ground, Blockadia is the strongest chance of maintaining the world's inhabitability.
This week on Act Out!, March is Women's History Month – and while it's always a good idea to recognize the powerful role of women in the fight for justice, not all women who have power wield it well – or deserve our pride and recognition.
In Seattle on Saturday, ACT for America, designated an "anti-Muslim hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center, held a rally at Seattle City Hall while similar anti-Muslim protests occurred in dozens of cities nationwide.